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How to Structure Your Spirituality With Hindu Priest Dandapani
"I always think that are four steps. When it comes to spirituality step one is philosophy. We have to gain absolute clarity on what philosophy is. A philosophy defines the goal. The goal defiance the pass. The path defines the lifestyle. I'll give you a very simple example. Know christianity's a huge religion with many denominations if you take somebody for one denomination -scribed to christian philosophy. And you johansen. What is the goal person may be to say. Oh my goal is to enter the kingdom of heaven. Jesus christ my lord and say this. I need to go to heaven. And so krylov. Cigarettes nicole now. You have that clear goal. It's external because heaven is somewhere up there. It's where they typically point to the sky. then what's the path to get there and is what is the lifestyle. I need to live in order to stay on the path to get to the coke. Now if you hindu like myself the philosophy i subscribe to defines the goal as experiencing divinity inside of me divinities pure energy that exists in everything including me and you my goal is to go inward and experience of energy inside. I mean that's the goal now. That goal defines a pass that have defines a lifestyle so i always feel when it comes to spirituality. It's always good to reverse engineer. Everybody works forward looking back with allow so much more clarity of how then do i structure my life. My lifestyle than is pot civis. What practices i do. The lifestyle live needs to keep me on to pass. That gets me to my clearly defined
Predators Win in 2 OTs; Trail Series Against Hurricanes 2-1
"The predators are within two games to one in their first round series following a five four win over the hurricanes in double overtime Matt Duchene lit the lamp at fourteen fifty four the second extra period ending the longest game so far this postseason we need that hits it feels good but you know we're joined tonight and that's right back at it because we're down we're still down the series and you know I think that we got some traction I scored a few more goals and we got to take the next one easy sorrows tied a team postseason record with fifty two states Ryan Johansen Filip Forsberg and Michael Graham and also scored for the predators who are one five would drop in the first two games of a playoff series Sebastian now who had a goal and two assists for Carolina game four is Sunday in Nashville I'm the ferry
"johansen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The conversation of leadership I think it's taking place all over the country because the people who want to ask about talk about do something about policing in America I think they're trying to figure out how to take a leadership role I'm down with those people but the people who were elected to take leadership roles at least in Indianapolis have failed Indianapolis in a way that cannot be described except we have been Tony Katz ninety three W. I. B. C. good morning great to be with you the popcorn moment it's a story you need to hear to believe then grab your popcorn because there's more the conversation has never been to the idea that someone doesn't agree with me politically but rather to the idea of we see you something that I've been talking about for months now we are aware of your failures we were aware that the city did nothing about potholes until an election year we saw it with our own eyes we were aware that this was a city that couldn't figure out how to send out snow plows when it was snowing because you relied on some system to give you a report as opposed to sticking your head out a window and looking up at the sky we were aware when we saw the murder rate B. as high as it was with that murder rate is just been blown away we are already over a hundred murders in Indianapolis from pace for two fourteen maybe higher now and the law and order mayor Joe Hogsett provides no order I don't know what he thinks he knows about the law you would have assumed that being a lawyer being a prosecutor would help in that regard now some people say that's just me being harsh that's just Tony talking about jobs that I have nothing to say about Johansen Johansen doesn't give me anything to talk about but Johnson gives me a tremendous mess talk about because just as we learned that Johansen won't come on this show Johansen won't talk to anyone Joe Hogsett is nowhere to be found leadership in Indianapolis is nowhere to be found it doesn't require yelling and screaming this our news gathering partners at wish TV they did a couple of interviews one with Brian Shapiro which you are going to hear and also with in that interview or within the piece and they speak to the they speak to tell Chris Eckhardt of us who runs at Jack's donuts abilities the franchisee there listen every day that passes it delays the possibility of a return downtown business owners concerned customers will be.
"johansen" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Second interesting questions I was a player. Going into my. Game I. I definitely I was going to be the person I like to always just aren't stay very calm whether oath during travel whether it's a four game was a person with music. That was like you know John. Mayer, when everyone else. Hardcore rap I was I was always very aware of like mark levels. and so with travel I just tried, and you know they come And whether that would help me whether like watching even some film on my way to game. I'm doing anything I. Can I just wanted to be fully prepared for performance? and then as a coach. I I'm actually getting my second masters degree. hosters well in Sports Science I've had a lot of work and I've been doing a lot of studying so. When I play a lot of Playing travels now the coach Hasher as a lot of bus travel, and I found that I can get my schoolwork done on. The bus were I for some reason I. Think is very different than other people's. When I'm on a plane I can't get any work done. I'm with you. I always. Think about taking you know my my computer with me and Mike. I just I I. Don't I'm not able to focus the way to the planes. That's just. How much do you think technology has just changed? How coaching! House technology changed the coach's job meaning. It's so much easier I think now for for you to to stay in touch with players, and and you know you can watch their youtube videos and. All that type of thing versus. Not having them. Valleys and huge Not only in like communication, which you know is vital nowadays like me or to time to their team during weekly Zoom meeting. Being. Everyone's faces is saying in contact making sure that everyone's doing all right but also you know for sport in general like. There, there's some pretty you know. High Tech Devices out there that that have been no game. Changers on the field whether it's. With cameras.
"johansen" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"League probably have to. Also. Make a lot more decisions based on the new player school and the drafting and everything because. Everyone that had been directed for this summer. There will now be another draft so those who will be out of college as well so I should that chinks up to yeah I mean I am thinking about that because I'm sure. Some some of the better players, this that we're going to be seniors or are seniors this year are GonNa stay round, so they're not going to be able to go onto your draft. And because the I heard that the xfl the NFL team. Or League football league just bankruptcy. You know because this happened to hit right in the middle of their season, and they didn't have the money and wherewithal to to be around anymore. I. Mean I hear that new? As thinning I felt like. and. They're not too much I thought leave, but what I had heard it. It was fun and people are loving it so W deal. It's like the the Lacrosse Leagues I mean there's. They're not big money sports yet. You know and. You guys are making millions of dollars as players, and it's GonNa be a constant. Battles were any women's professional league to stay afloat and I think. For you know a newer professional lacrosse league It's GonNa. Take a lot of. You know work from the players palm from the people lead and from. Sponsors from donors to keep it afloat I think our fan base is actually. Pretty special note have a huge following and got his often to see and I think it's. just GONNA take a lot of people Keep the league afloat in. Their. Thankfully we do have. There's plenty of people out there who are willing to do what it takes and. Helping any music can happening and for a comeback. Twenty twenty one. That's awesome hope for. The Best Lacrosse never yet. Sure. But my last question. I really appreciate the time today as As as when you travel has a player. Would! What did you were you listening to music really listening to? What are you watching catching up on movies where he's trying to get sleep you doing schoolwork versus now as a coach. What do you do to.
"johansen" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"You know some socks to you know extra pair of shirts and just really anything you need me. I'm really for like a no excuses covering aspects. Hofstra though I also am. I. Do a lot of. Trouble I don't as well and we've designated. Player to be in charge travel so that they're responsible for making sure that everyone has everything packed. Everything comes on the trip A little different, i. think that's a very. you know. I think that. Has Been Great kind of responsibility on them to remember, and then if you forget something, it's Kinda like. Doing anything about it. I've never experienced. Whether a coach or player, I've never experienced anyone for getting like. Their, Jersey here cleats I. I've definitely heard scary stories like that. can like all right across the country I. Don't have my shoes. You have to find it at a store but one thing we did. Forget I remember. The player was. The ball back and. that was actually the time like Amazon prime has like just come out my new year and so new superstar in. They're like we're GONNA overnight. With cross fall bags filled, it falls and will be tell the next morning. We're all like okay great. And then, of course, it came like five minutes after earning the party for practice of course. Well. That's awesome though. I remember the issue we always had. Tournaments with you bring your away. Get Jersey in your Home Jersey. Inevitable that one player would always forget one of the jerseys. Yeah. I didn't know we have to bring both so. Definitely do that when I was younger going to club tournaments, it'd be like halfway driving to Jersey and I got I. How McLean. Suits and that I think that'd be interesting as you know because you're still playing I. Mean what by the way you're an all. On on the Baltimore team made the all. Star I mean you're still playing an incredibly high level, but now you're. You're also coaching freshman that have never left home before. So it's got to be. In the only because you said you're you're. Not Anal retentive but very organized. So. Be Interesting to to see how you how you perform. I mean hostile was off to a great start. How, how frustrating for the quarantine part of it? You know getting especially as a senior. You must have felt really terrible for the seniors. This SEASON, what's tough? We definitely had a lot of high expectations for this team. although are lots to competitions that we were able to get in before this. No doesn't our performance. We still had just like so. Many games and so many more opportunities left to see or not It's hard. Kinda ended like in question of you know. How far can we have gone? You know what we could have. Done I think everyone's been really great about understanding the end of the day. What's super important is that? Everyone's healthy. Their families are healthy. You just you know safety matters more I think it was huge. That the AA I'm now That the senior would be get another your. Own Get another year, but I think Florida's senior specifically. It was a little bit of relief. Didn't know. So so the seniors are gonNA be able to come back. Yes so basically most of the roles on the work. However what secured? that. That the past year, anybody that was a member of the team. Just an extra year, so. There's a few issues though because at.
"johansen" Discussed on Your Brain at Work
"So a story I worked with proctor and gamble light over the years and at the beginning of the stories of beginning of biotech. When by tacos Chris Getting going We did accustomed forecast for them and it was obvious in this look ten years ahead at that time. This was almost twenty years ago. We look ten years they had said well, biotech is going to disrupt your business and it's GonNa change particularly detergents in haircare. I presented to the CEO who was dirk, Geogra- the time. And he looked around the table, the top twelve people at proctor and gamble. None of them had any biotech background. So the that was the foresight is biotech will disrupt your business. The insight was the top leaders in the company did not have the ability to make good business decisions about biotech. The action was something that they called the biotech reverse mentoring program where they paired the top twelve people, at PNG, with twelve young, PhD. Biotech scientists, they metro year, and at the end of the year, they hired a new CTO from the outside guy named Goku. An AG Lafley got promoted to be the CEO and his reverse mentor and in being the head of sustainability. So that was a story of foresight to insight to. Action. That's great. That's great. Thanks, and what's like, how would how would you kind of approach a leadership team to move into a future back discussion? Like what are some of the best questions that you might ask them? You know I think the. This model is a good way to start in a foresight inside action. In the new book that's just out just last week, a full spectrum thinking. I talk about the mindset of full spectrum thinking, which is that ability to think gradients of possibility from the future back. And I've got break down there of new leadership literacy and skills associated with them. What I like to do in terms of talent profile is start from that. Sad of mindset literacy is and skills, and then ask yourself how do currently leaders and how to people you're thinking about match up in that Kinda world. So for example, I'm really interested in Gamers. I'm really interested in generational differences. I'm very interested in those twenty four less what we call the true digital natives, I, I'm even more interested in the fifteen, her less what we're starting to call the cross. Reality, natives. They got the oculus quest for holiday gifts this year, and then learned how to use it during the the lockdowns shelter in place. So I, think these what I look for is people who can game fully engage with the future and have the ability to be digitally enhanced in their their ability to do that engagement and in the military, this is called war gaming. And Business. We've got to learn how to do that to. You've got to look for people who learn immersive -Ly, who see a crisis like this as a learning opportunity, and as you say, never let a good crisis, go to waste. You can look around you. Say Yes people doing this and the the gamers are the ones who come out better because they're used to this, they already gamed..
"johansen" Discussed on Your Brain at Work
"About that. Sure goes up. You know people always ask me I've been doing this more than thirty years in the institute's been doing it for fifty years where the longest running futures think-tank and what I'm often ask is, how can you do tenure forecasting? I can't even do one or two year forecasting, and the reason is because it's easier to look long Ryan it is to look. Look at the present, and particularly during a crisis, you can't look present forward. You have to look future back and yet it's so hard unless you have that ability to step back to look long and then come back to the crisis because you you do have to respond to the crisis. But instead of doing now next future you need to do now future next. Those of US horizon, one horizon to horizon three, which is a good model. It's just you have to change the order. You need to do horizon one, horizon three, and then horizon too nice. Thank you for clarifying that I thought I had really crystallizing get inside, and now I've got great. It's GONNA way out. It's easy to go long. Then back that you've gotta try, you gotTa pick the sweet spot in fifty years of doing this, we think ten years is the suites by. Topics now in things like global climate disruption or food security have to bid further out than that. But five years isn't enough. You have to go at least ten. That's great. Yeah. So I when I smoke at the neural leaderships on the last time in. New York, Kevin, Ochsner from Columbia. And what are your colleagues was a respondent and I said, well, nobody can predict the future Kevin said, yeah, you're right by, but our brains try to do it every day anyway. That's attention I'd like to introduce today that there's a difference between that need to thank future back that need the search for clarity, not certainty, but our brains are always trying to predict, and that creates ten every second. Every second literally, and the minute something comes in and makes it hard to predict like something just right now like will is coffee. Jaffe like admit that happens. We actually get a really strong threat response. It's at least exactly even ambiguity often stronger than threat. So yeah, let's. Great. So the idea for side is to provoke insight and insight is very different than an idea ideas are great, but insights are precious. Precious. And insight is an a Ha that creates a new story. I knew clarity in your brain, and once you've had an insight, can't Quebec, you can't unsee the insight and foresight turns out to be a very good way to provoke insight. Even if you don't believe in the forecast, in fact, some of the best forecasts are those you don't like. Forecast, at our our colleague, Jam Jim Jamais Cascio says the best forecaster, those that are usefully wrong. So the goal again isn't to predict, it's to provoke. So rollout one more level here and again linking it to neuroscience. Insight can provoke a new neural story net. So we all had these neural story nets, but foresight to inside that helps us provoke new stories, new ways to embody clarity. So finally the purpose of this cycle..
"johansen" Discussed on Your Brain at Work
"To the latest jobs report the unemployment rate for April spikes to a staggering fourteen point, seven percent. The highest it's been since the Bureau of Labor Statistics began collecting data in nineteen, forty eight. It's a little surprise. Then that according to a marketplace, Edison poll forty, four percent of Americans here, they won't be able to afford food in the future. These. Are Scary numbers and they seem to reflect a growing feeling that the future will only be bad. But if you ask the people who study our ability to deal with difficult circumstances. You'll find there's a lot that still within our control. So, long as we make it a priority to build the right habits. I'm Chris Weller and you're listening to your brain at work from the leadership institute. For this episode in the ones that follow will be drawing from a weekly Webinar series that analyzed has been hosting every Friday between our co founder and CEO, Dr David Rock and two distinguished guests. Together. They discussed the science of leading through crisis and what impact they've seen as leaders. and. Today's episode. Our guests are Bob Johansen distinguished fellow at the Institute for the future and Amy Edmonson. Harvard, professor and expert on psychological. Safety. Discussion centers and what we can do today for ourselves and for others. So that tomorrow and the days after that. We'll all be in the best position to stay healthy and successful. Enjoy. Scraped to be back with everyone, but we're gonNA. Talk about future and how to think about the future something that everyone's. Kind of a lot more interested in now sudden. How do we predict the future better and then Secondly will spend some time with amy and think about You know what the best companies are doing and why and how and. How to really keep the the safety high types. So let's dig in Bob. It's. It's great to have you with US I. Know We've worked together on a couple of the neural leadership summits over the years back in San. Francisco was the first one like Tanis and a couple of years ago and love what you do at the Institute for the future. It's It's really the wells leading futurist. Future. Studies Organization and you defend tastic work folks who are not connected to them. They just do amazing work and. Really really. Worthwhile to to fall asleep. Thanks for having us here and I have a question for you. I sure and maybe I should apologize this question events, your futurist. Did you see this coming? Well, we don't predict the future is you know even though our brains try to predict future we we did see pandemics on the horizon beginning in two thousand, nine We actually did a massive online multiplayer game called Super struct and had pandemics is one of the scenarios, two troopers awning. But since nine eleven I've been talking about what the Army Work College calls the VOCA world volatile, uncertain complex, and ambiguous. I now teach there and I've kind of flipped out into positive, VOCA?.
In Black America: Spencer Haywood
"Player and very like we had out here in Vegas gained all of the players on that team Blake Griffin. All of the young guys coming up and giving me hugs and kisses. And thank you me because you know in that situation just in terms of dollars from Lebron James. He's got an extra one hundred million dollars. Toby gotta one extra one hundred million dollars Lake Griffin got an extra fifty million dollars Kevin Durant who give me a big hug and kiss each got seventy five million dollars extra so the number one dollars and sense that give you an example of what it is because with with four years have yet to wait four years after your high school graduate. You wouldn't lose that kind of capital and you lose that plant on you will lose four entitled number. That will help them get into the hall. Laid on those numbers would be race. And you don't know what happened four years then in College Spencer Haywood Aba Nba Legend and hall of Famer. Hey will always be remembered that the person opened the door for underclassmen college basketball players to leave college early to enter the NBA thereby creating the Spencer Haywood Rule Haywood attended the University of Detroit and help the US Olympic team to a gold medal at the nineteen sixty eight summer games in Mexico City. Nineteen sixty eight. After two years in college he decided to enter the NBA draft citing family financial hardship the NBA however at the time for players entering the draft until four years. After the high school graduation. Hey would then sign with the ABA. Denver rockets play one season leading the league in scoring and rebounding as a rookie since he now had a professional season under his belt he decided to challenge the NBA rule. Once again and signed with the Seattle Supersonics in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine the NBA wasn't having it. Hey will the league all the way to the US or frame court and one on September eleven? Two Thousand Fifteen. He wasn't Tryin Naismith Basketball Hall of fame. I'm John Johansen Junior and welcome to another edition of and Black America on this week's program. Aba An NBA Legend and hall of Famer Semester. Haywood in Black America. Charles Barkley went out on a limb when this stuff was acting when they were acting crazy. And I'm they missed me like the last time of going into the hall of fame and I was like put on the backburner right house. Barclay stepped up and said on. Nuff is enough and did it publicly. He did it every way you said enough is enough now. This is not right and he stood up as a player and he started educating young players. Like do y'all know who is in our presence with Spencer Haywood Blah Blah. And he started talking about. You know there's like three cases that changed the face of force in one dispenser Haywood Heywood versus the NBA. I went to the Supreme Court and then play a young player. Started like Whoa wait a minute. I know him I see him but I never knew that until Charles was the one that should should should be there. And he's my what you call. My advocate advocate is Just to a good person. Just a wonderful person. Spencer Haywood won Olympic gold medal in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight at age nineteen and signed with the Seattle Supersonics two years later after dominating the ABA and a case that went to the US Supreme Court he sued the NBA or rule that prohibited players being draft until the league until they waited for years after graduating from high school. He won that case and nineteen eighty. He won a world championship with the Los Angeles Lakers as a twenty rookie in nineteen sixty nine. Seventy season he led the American Basketball Association both scoring and rebounding and was named the League's Most Valuable Player and rookie of the year. One on April twenty seven nineteen forty nine and silver city Mississippi into a family of Chen Children Hayward grew up in a dying era of American history. His mother picked cotton for two dollars a day and Heywood joined her in the field at the age of five hundred sixty four he moved to Chicago then to Detroit in the motor city. He leads pershing high school to the one thousand nine hundred sixty seven Michigan class. A State Basketball Championship. He went on to a stellar careers at Trinidad State Junior College and the University of Detroit in the summer of nineteen nine hundred sixty eight. He helped the United States to a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Mexico City on September. The eleventh. Two Thousand Fifteen. Hey what was inducted into Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of fame? My first reaction was You know is this fact in. Is this true because I had had Three falls a long before that because most reporters and most people who look at numbers and they at by numbers as a player and that this guy was. Mvp of the ABA averaging thirty and twenty five years with the Seattle Supersonics average in twenty six and thirteen and Olympic record holder and all of these different categories and as still as leading score and also was the outstanding college player of the year. So they look at all these things and they just assume that everybody thought again. Then you know also I went to the Supreme Court to fight he would versus the NBA to pave the way for Lebron's Michael Jordan magic. All of them they come through what is called. I the NBA. They call it early entry and now. I think it should be called what it is to Spencer. Haywood because they have the Larry Bird rule and they have Oscar Robertson. Rule regrettably Oscar but I know they promote birds and Larry Bird's modified version of my role. Larry Bird came in on a dispenser. It will but anyway so for years we thought this would happen and then there was a couple of false alarms that it did happen. So I was kidding around with John Deliver with the The Chairman and CEO. The hall and he was mentioning. You know. Well I probably spend Kareem. Rise is always the top. Yeah I said well. What does that got to do with with Kareem abdul-jabbar? My my blonde jokes Right so so Yeah it was. It was delighted. Mandic to get the call and to finally get to call it. Finally get it in but you know my mother used to sing this whole Psalm Lord and may not come when you want and buddies right on time. And that's my Jackson right so you know if it had to happen any other time. I think it would have been not as powerful as it is today and It was right on time. And it's on God's time so I'm very grateful and very humble Vita journey understand so once. You heard that you were going to be inducted. Walk us through that period from the time that you got to call to the induction ceremony that took place last Friday. September the eleventh. What all the activities have you been involved with. Well I've been all over the country Speaking and people wanting to know this story because it's a unique story and it is basketball history but yeah you know it hasn't been told so It's a new newfound appreciation for Spencer. Haywood so players have been embracing me like only at USA basketball here. In Las Vegas Games all the players on that team Blake Griffin. All of the young guys coming up and giving me hugs and kisses and thanking me. Because you know that situation just in terms of dollars and cents per Lebron James. He's got an extra one hundred million dollars. Coby got a one extra one hundred million dollars but griffin got extra fifty million dollars Kevin Durant who give me a big hug. 'cause he's got seventy five million dollars extra so that's the numbers in dollars and sense that. I give you an example of what it is because with with four years. If you have to wait for years after your high school classic graduate you would lose that kind of capital and you'll lose that plan time loser scoring titles you'll lose numbers that will help them get into the hall. Later on those numbers would be raced. And you don't know what's going to happen in four years in college. You could get hurt. A lot of things could happen so they fully appreciating news. So it's a good feeling because of forty four years more to this to happen so it is It is right on time on God. Signed so and then I went to I've been doing a lot of golf. Tournaments or charitable events and also just playing a lot and I spend a Lotta time with my family. My daughters and in fact I gotTA leave Again next week my next two oldest daughters having our first grand and So I gotta go in go through the process with her and It is it is a spectacular time and I also sit back John and and think about the times we were sitting in your dad's barber shop. They all sunset and this and just Nevada in Detroit for people who don't know right in Detroit Michigan and John Fathers where we congregate And and and and do our conversation and get a nice. Yeah because he didn't allow us to walk around. I hair off falling away years and stuff. So that's right. Yeah you know that's right So we would sit there and listen and talk and just pass the ball sports but all so I've been reflecting on Detroit. I went over to my neighborhood yesterday. day before yesterday and spent some time over there. Thursday and looking around and just just hearing up. Because done you know the story you know. When I came up from Mississippi I had no place to say I had no family there and James and either bill took in and adopted me along with my coach. Will Robinson and then we had waned diet. Dr Wayne die of your your own zone by Diet. Right Do all of my academics bring me up to snuff there. Oh my God it was just A. It's just a lot of love was having an and I see in Detroit and it's always been that way you know. They've always reached out and help each
Lena Horne in Black America
"John Johansen Junior and welcome to another edition of Black America on this week's program a black history month special the legendary in Dairy Lino in Black America Ono I stall since
"johansen" Discussed on Data Stories
"That. Thank you take time in some of the so so But we're teaching a lot and the courses that we built it's actually not about learning software or Or stuff it's it's about how you approach this process and information designed there so we try to teach it and we run this now for. I think ten years so we were a tourist still teaching it on the side a little bit of the mainstream they community not as we are extremely focused on. What happens on Tuesday after you deliver to work on Monday? Basically and we ask when we ran workshops the first first thing that we ask students when we assign bridge so participants is to adopt the user. And that's a that's probably new podcast because the stories are so fascinating about adopting users for data visualization X.. Yes well thanks so much. I guess that's another one of those episodes episodes. We could go on forever. It's at times I felt so watching your your your Your presentations online. I felt like you could almost create create a documentary out of your experience. So maybe that's a good pitch for Netflix. Or something similar. It doesn't have to be a documentary. It can be uh-huh well thanks so much. I think the world is grateful for for your work and it's super fascinating and and I think we're looking forward to seeing what's what's next. Thanks so much thanks I say thank you for having us by. Hey folks thanks for listening to data theories again before you leave a few last notes. This show is crowd funded and you can support US unpatriotic at Patriot dot com slash data stories. Where we publish monthly previews of upcoming episodes supporters? Or you can also so send us a one time donation via paypal at pay pal up me slash data stories or is a free way to support the show. You can spend a couple of minutes rating gasol night teams. That will be very helpful. And here's some information on the many ways you can get news directly from us. We are on twitter facebook and instagram. So so follow us there for the latest updates. We have also a slack channel where you can chat with US directly into sign up go to our homepage. A data story are- dot E S. In there you'll find the button at the bottom of the page and there you can also subscribe to our email newsletter if you want to get news directly into your inbox and be notified defied whenever we published a new episode. That's right and we love to get in touch with our listeners. So let us know if you want to suggest the way to improve the show or no any amazing people you want to invite or even have any project you want us to talk about. Ga- absolutely don't hesitate to get in touch. Just send us an email at mail at St Uh Story Taty S. That's for now. He you next time and thanks for listening today those stories..
"johansen" Discussed on Data Stories
"My office here in the countryside countryside in the north of Germany. Exactly on this podcast. We talk about data visualization analysis and more generally the role data plays in our lives and usually really we do that together with our guest we invite on the show. That's right but just before we start a quick note at podcast listener supported that also means there are no ads. That's which is great. But if you do enjoy the show you could also consider supporting us you can do that either with recurring payments on patreon.com slash data stories. or You could send us a one time donation via paypal on papal me slash data stories. Yes and I just WANNA add. Thanks to all those of you. You are already signed up to a patron or send us one time donations so useful and makes us really really happy. Every time we receive a new a new email we they don't typically it's Yeah it's great. Thanks so much so the topic for the days of really really interesting. One both me and monitor really fascinated by this topic. We're going to talk about climate and as you can imagine that's a really important topic we're going to talk about a data organization in climate and more specifically about visualizing data for the IPCC if you know what IPCC is you're going to discover coverage in a moment and to talk about this. We Ev undulate morally and Tom Gabriel. Johnson I engine Tom. Welcome to the show. Hi guys say thanks for having US so July Tom. I'm really looking forward to hearing from you the stories about visualizing climate data for for IPC Maybe we can start by. You can start by introducing yourself. Maybe Angela you want to start and then Tom can you tell us a little bit about your background around and also your your business. Yes sure so. Hello heavily by the My name is Sandra Morelli. I am an engineer background. Actually and I changed my path and the reeducated myself as any permission designer I have a profound on the passion for the environment and I am really interested in science communication. I've been freelancing most of my career for research organizations ENDS BEFORE TOMMY STARTED INFO design lab. We design with research organizations with scientists with the activists with journalists. And we basically try to come up with solutions that can help. Audiences says understand complex topics support evidence based decision making Great Tom. So an old guys A.. My name is Tom. Gabrielle Johansen Johnson. I started out this journey when I was Interaction designer early to tell someone trying to figure out how I could spend my time with with more useful to the world basically so I started designing board games for three years. He's a nice doctrine. Then I forced myself into statistics Norway to to learn more about They thought statistics and we saw with station and at that time I tried to find other people that they decide. Mutual Tros extremely hard early. Two thousand so I was Making this conference in Norway right invited people from all over the world including more. It's.
A Decade of Dzud: Lessons From Mongolia's Deadly Winters
"So for people. Who Don't know I totally know where is Mongolia? Mongolia is in Central Asia right between Russia and China. The landscape to me looks a little bit like a mixture between Montana and Mars if you can picture that delightful so this this time last year before you were short waves reporter. You don't like to think about that time. You went to Mongolia it's true. Why would one go to Mongolian winter all the travel guides discourage discourage it? I might discourage it but I purposely went there then because winter is at the heart of this whole story. So how cold are we talking here. It's super cold. uh-huh freeze your nose. Harris cold I actually had to tape. Hand warmers all over my microphone so it wouldn't freeze. Wow it is cold. Oh I found this piece of tape tape of me complaining about it minus eighteen degrees right now. This is really cool. I could tell me what you say. Cool coach it wasn't acting but some types of winters are so extreme matty that they actually have an official name so in Mongolian. It's called a zoo would that's when a winter tur- is so bad. It kills significant number of livestock in Mongolia or one out of four people make their living hurting. That has huge consequences. I mattie Safai and I'm Emily Kouanga today in the show. We had to Mongolia to learn about the brutal winters known as and how these natural disasters have changed enjoyed countries way of life okay so Mongolia is periodically affected by this extreme weather event. That happens in the winter called. What does this look like? Yeah so tender standard. I wanted to meet someone directly impacted. Divide it this man named Roy Eaton Gacek. He's a father of four super good bad Santa could do prates daughter's hair getting get somebody for school and everything. He was born a herder in eastern Mongolia and in January. Two Thousand Oilman as he tells it woke up at sunrise to check on his animals. Snow had fallen in the night about a foot. They were writing out a bad winter storm and he was really worried about is heard so how he cracked the door of his gear. Those are these circular felt cover tents that herders living and it was eerily quiet outside blindingly finding Lee white from all this snow. What did you see when he opens the door? Do not with this new household off. He's Carcass Saas new. Shut us a dozen of his sheep. Goats had died in the night. Those still alive yet about one hundred animals at the time. We're trying to find grassy but the land was literally locked in by snow. The hotel does ndas and it was really difficult to see this. He Sang. It was horrifying and it happened. Every few days boyens animals would succumb to starvation. Illness exposure and by the end of the winter he essentially lost his entire heard the type of food that came to his doorstep. It's called Saga which Mongolian means white death. While I think a loss at this level I imagine it's not purely financial absolutely I mean this. This isn't the same but there are dairy farmers in my family and you kind of like build relationship with your cows you literally like have them from birth to death so I have imagine it would be devastating like on multiple levels if you just slowly lose them over time right. They're not just economic assets and the loss of those animals is a social loss. It's spiritual loss experts. I spoke to in Mongolia. Described as a slow onset natural disaster different from a rapid rapid onset natural disaster like a hurricane or earthquake. So how many other herders were affected by the white death that year that year the two thousand six it claimed claimed about three and a half million livestock. Wow quite a bit law. It's eleven percent of the national hurt. And when you consider that at the time one out of every two households made their living hurting. It's significant begin. Animals represent wealth. So it would be as if your life savings were too slowly disintegrate. So what did the herders actually do in response Some rebuilt their heard those who could but others who lost everything they left gave up hurting fled the countryside seeking jobs in in urban areas uprooting. Their lives are good hurting Dad Johansen hair braided guy. He was one of those who left. Almost your short could the mother oh well many migrated. He's saying because it was impossible to make a living and it shows in the population and barter that's Mongolia's capital it has has tripled in the past thirty years exploded. Zid is one of the many migration drivers bringing people to the city. And I could see this when I lived there. I was reporting reporting and living in his apartment building and I looked off my balcony window. The hills were just covered in Gares. Those felt covered tents that herders live in. It was a picture. Sure of all of these people who had moved to the city and settled there and the city. Just couldn't contain all the new arrivals or does it still happening as it. On this scale that hits every corner of the country not that common prior to two thousand had happened about once a decade but was weird about two thousand is. It happened the next year and the next year and again again in two thousand ten so by the end of the decade there were forces and twenty one million livestock died in that period it totally overwhelmed Mongolian people that government tens of thousands of families packed up and left. That's that is horrifying of what is going on. Like what is causing US okay. So it's tempting to blame climate change and that is in fact the biggest culprit in this whole affair. Mongolia is indeed a warmer drier. Replace than it was eight years ago. But what I found is that zoot is actually caused by cocktail of other factors like over-grazing and deforestation. Basically quickly anything that destroys. The grassland is bad for animals. You need that grassland lending food it's a goat's buffet table and to not have it sets them up for good because this summer is a time when they fatten up. And if the grass is gone from drought or other things they're even more vulnerable when the winter is bad. Oh little bit of science here yes. The drought okay. Means less grassland and in Mongolia less grassland creates even more drought vicious cycle. Yeah because Mongolia. It's land locked all right. So the vast majority of precipitation rain snow. It comes from the land it comes from the grass. Water is transpired by plants into the atmosphere so so without grass Mongolia is even drier so given all of this is hurting still considered a good way to make a living in Mongolia. I think Mongolians are trying to figure that out. There's fewer herders but they're better prepared and trying to manage the Paschel and more sustainably local communities training herders to brace for a bad winter. Do things like make extra. Hey for their animals to eat. Purchase Livestock Insurance and pool there resources so the individual costs aren't so high all right so that that sounds great but are herders still kind of on edge. Are they like Shariq. Dowd anticipating the next. You know so I used to report in Rural Alaska inefficient community and herders. They kind of remind me of fishermen they know they're at the mercy of the weather but they're very tough and resourceful within their own lives and herders are doing the same. They're trying to make the most of what they have. They're kind of cultural heroes for practicing this way of life. That's become increasingly less common in the state. Broadcaster actually gives these awards to the best herders in in the nation. Please tell me you went to a best herder award ceremony absolutely went to a buzzer award ceremony. The championship herder. Who I met in the province was this man named near Goo Davidoff and I talked to him right after he got his award? Lord of host was also he was practical. Nature is unpredictable. It's harder there's less rain. Animals can't get fat but if we prepare extra hey. We can overcome such natural disasters. We don't have to be afraid this spring their animal's gave birth to hundreds of babies. I went back to visit during the birthing season in March. This pen is just full like a hundred lambs. Just these tiny little cotton balls near to make us feel better about this. Do you mind no. I just don't appreciate being manipulated. I wanted to show you the opposite right so not death life and what it signals for the next generation of herders. Who are continuing to do this? I'm picking up what you're putting down on. Thank you all right. I'm Lequan thank you for bringing us the story.
"johansen" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"We are professional grade. Okay, elliott. That was Ryan Johannesen. I'll ask you the first question. I asked him who's better dogs or humans dogs. I don't think that long answer a long pause. We should tell everybody that after the interview was over Johanneson said ties. Oh, if you think that question is so easy about the force of tell me your force of. Yeah. I say picked Michael Jordan. And then I stumbled through the rest of his see it's not that easy. Yeah. It was pretty funny. Actually, you have four you. Said no, I said, Jordan, I would pick a US president. I would definitely pick which one. I would take any one of the ones that are alive. I would just love to talk to them about the decisions that you make and that you're forced to make. And so I would take a US president for circus. You're the most powerful person in the world and the fourth. No, I don't have somebody off the top of my head right now. But he was he was like you heard of us. You see Elliot that question's. Not so easy to point. I was interested in a lot of things in the in that interview. Namely, I'm always fascinated in contract offers, and I don't believe those numbers have been out there. I'm sure there's probably a blue jackets fan out there who would say, we didn't know that. But I hadn't heard that. Or I don't remember hearing that what I certainly don't remember hearing was him talking about the conversation. The had with his agent Kurt over hard about this is the offer. And this is why you're not taking it, and I'm a big believer. I referenced it in the thirty one thoughts blog a couple of weeks ago when I was talking about the Dallas situation about Jimmy van and that. I think there's a lot of people out there who mistake quiet for week. And if you listen, I interview, he's a quiet guy Johannesen, but he's definitely not week. And I think to stand up for yourself in anything whether people agree or disagree with you, especially when you're young and it's not easy. And I'm impressed, by the way, he's done. It is a great saying, and I'm gonna Butch, but I'm paraphrasing here. It goes move in silence speak only when it's time to say checkmate. And you get that sense about someone like Ryan Hansen. You get that sense about someone like Jamie Benn as well. I gotta tell you. I'm glad that you went to the Carolina question about the overtime celebration. If you haven't had a chance to see it folks to yourself, the favor get to YouTube and check out that celebration. It was be lying or goddess it all business gotta see it. That's right. It's gotta see it. You know, it was like when I saw that lack of celebration, you know, who I thought of refer. Limps into my brain Tim Murray, former general manager of the Buffalo Sabres in. Here's why. It was great in Philadelphia when he did this with Reinhard. Tim Marie would go up to make selections as GM of the Buffalo Sabres without thanking anybody. Look six words. It was amazing. It was fantastic. So as everyone comes out we like to graduate. So and so for one of the Stanley Cup more. Thank the rates city Philadelphia for hosting the event, however watching the draft party that when we just make the pick Tim rages walks up and says the Buffalo Sabres select Sam Reinhart, and I remember talking to Tim Murray at one of the L NHL top prospects game was the one in Niagara ice dogs hosted at Meridian center in Saint Catharines in Asom, bud..
"johansen" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"We just looked at each other. Like, we can do look at us. We're you know, we're here again, we're dominating where we can beat any team in this league. Let's just go. Let's keep going a lot of injury problem. The last month lot ups and downs and kind of finding area Danny Yan got a little lost. And we're getting that confidence swagger back again where where we feel like we can't be beat. And you know, with the depth on our team with players we got with there's no excuses anymore. We which is awesome. And it's a it's a fun pressure because we can go into every game. And when we're. Our thing. We'll be successful. That's gotta be tough. It's eighty two games and team like Nashville and you're expected to go deep into the playoffs. I know I might be in the minority. But I'm one of these people that gives players on legal teams a pass when it comes to pacing themselves their season. You know, what if you're not feeling it's okay. If we can't find you on the game sheet for a couple of games because this is going to go deep, and it's eighty two games. And it's you know, I don't I never played. It's hard even watching from my coach, it looks hard night in and night out me, and my mom would just set her mother's trim. We were laughing she gets on the bus after the game. She's like who I'm exhausted. Just drained, and I'm like telling me about it. But even just look at the schedule. This Roach of we just started we fluted at Troy playing Detroit went overtime loss and overtime flew right to Montreal woke up had some food. How to nap played again Montreal flew after the game. Now God to Tronto had the day off today, which is nice, and we played Tronto, and we fly to Chicago, then we have a day there. And then we played Chicago back to back, then we play in Columbus, and we fly home for a day. And then we fly to Carolina, and then we fly back home. Like, it's it. Hi there. I'm traveling. Yes. If you score in overtime winner in Carolina. I guess I have. Just a couple more for me. First of all, you mentioned Kurt over heart before you mentioned Ryan kesler before as Kurt represents both of you is you ever called both of us said. Okay. Enough with the Twitter sort of. No, he hasn't. Is I guess it'd be pretty awkward for him. He's gotta talk to both of us, and, you know, both being his friend. You know, it's like he's got to be that man in the middle of, you know, our goofiness that's been going on so poor Kurt. Why why are you players? So I may begin, you know. Locker room fodder, but why are players so shy? But just admitting when they don't like someone because it gets so blown out of proportion on social media in around the the only reason it's it's an absolute joke like even our whole situation. Two guys that just love to compete, and what a win, and yeah, we get you know, our motions get the best of us. Sometimes we get a little fired up. But then it turns into this whole like Big Joe courageous everyone takes away too seriously. And that's why no one says anything or does anything like through the media, and because people are so sensitive now that some that's kind of annoying actually I find ever end. End up. Wishing you played on a pre social media NHL hundred percent hundred percent, no phones, Moshe media. That'd be the dream. I wish I will say this when I retire which unfortunately, it probably be before I want to retire. I'm going to become a ghost. I will no more Jones. And when asked about the trade really, and I want to ask about the airport picture that was fantastic the tree leading up to it whispers out there. You know, it was going to be a two for to deal, and it turned into a one for one deal. How much as a player would you be aware of that? It's hard not to be aware of it. It was social media league. We were just talking, you know, you open your phone, and you're gonna get see headlines and stuff. It's just how it is. Now. So you know in rumors were floating around and my name is being passed around. It's kind of a constant thing. You know, and you see quite a bit. And it just it is what it is..
"johansen" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"So feels like the perfect spot for for myself. Anyway, right now, easy to be normal there. I guess is dubbed linebacker because we get the impression from the outside that Jesus Nashville every night who starting the conga line who's putting on the lamp shade. But is it easy to be normal there? Yeah. Hundred percent, that's one of the big bonuses. How easy it is to do. Whatever you want that city, and and the fans and. Live. There have so much respect for the team and love our group, and our and our organization so much and and really love supporting us. So and then on the community. It's. It's always a lot of fun going around and doing things, and you really do whatever you want before we get your place while you mentioned you bought a to vote in the summer before the interview just for people who are listening Ryan showed us his backyard, which he has turned into a chipping agreeing and also an eighteen hole putting green you've got a lot of interest dogs as as Jeff mentioned with you all on top just talk about Ryan Johannesen away from the rink. Because it sounds like you've got a lot of diverse things that keep you busy. What do you like? I'm one of those guys drives my fiance, not sometimes, but I can't sit still I gotta be doing something. And for me golf is a big hobby of mine, and we have three acres on our property in Nashville, and and there was kind of this area behind our pool where I'm like, you know, I'd like to do some back there and just wasted space and pay these landscapers all this money or an area. We. Don't even use. So I decided to try and put in putting greens a friend of mine in Nashville use this company as name's Dave Stockton, actually, necks, PJ pro. So it's his his son junior. So they came in and we've put together some blueprints, and and as like, screw it. I'm doing it. That's one of those things if you if you kinda cheap out on the kind of look bad or not last very well. So the way these guys do it though. It's like if you go on all in you're going to get a great experience integrate setup back there. So I've named every hole made custom flags and stuff and had the boys over many times. And there's been a lot of fun of all the holes you named which is your favorite. What's your favorite whole hose? A few good ones. Like, there's one straight narrow on we named a Broadway. And then there's like we didn't want his catfish corner. My fiancee's names, her name's Madison. So we and I call her mad dog did mad dogs mountain. Tony came up with that one. I gotta give. Those bunch of goofy can inside jokes makes it fun. When you showed us your backyard. I mean that was the next level. I was going to go all in on tell us a story about the Columbus sport court with the hockey nets and the basketball hoop and all that, but this is some next level stuff. But that Columbus backyard is pretty sweet. Yeah. It's it's awesome. I still use it every day when I'm back home in the summers. Whether you just shooting hoops or the dogs running around or shooting pucks, and you know, have younger brother as well. And who's a plane in her share it on the H L and he's out there constantly doing stuff and working on his game..
"johansen" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"There's a little backstory too because we have a work though, perfectly because we had our team party later. It was an early afternoon game. And we're flying home. And then we're having a team party actually at my house and. So everyone everyone thought that was the reason because I wanted to get out of there head right to our team party true or false Turks pantley was there to Dirks was there. And did he play we had a Dirks and my buddies the brothers Osborner there too. And I and we do a kind of a music video like a pump video thing with our whole team, and our families and stuff they do a good job of putting that together us wanna Dirksen songs, and that's one of the big big bonuses of plane in Nashville. You get to meet people like that. And hang around. It's got to be so cool. I'm good buddies with Eric young who's a professional wrestler who goes in Asheville games can might be a season to get holder as well. I know he's rushed to get the games member. I would get texts that last game against the Anaheim in the playoffs. Like every two minutes. I'm getting tax Windsor from a moral Cup and getting text from Showtime every couple of minutes about it. So you must have met. We talked last podcast. Bo us hockey. Hockey's you. I mean, you must have been able to so far Nashville us hockey to meet some pretty impressive people. It's been remarkable. And it seems like every person I've met as they get a modern humbler to like me and my folks went to dinner right after Christmas. And and there's this new steakhouse in town, and we were there and this lady walks in with her husband and my mom's like that. I recognize. That's Karen Fairchild. And her husband the little big town. She's like, that's cool. I love that song. And and I bought a pontoon boat this summer, you know, their favorite song, pontoon or whatever. So I'm like, oh, I gotta go say. Hi, that's cool. And I went over just to say quick high as I was gonna leave, and they they were sitting at the bar just having a drink, and and they literally both turned around, and like, we're like, grabbing my arm and my mom's arm and talking to us for like fifteen twenty minutes, and they're like, they're like, you guys are gonna come to the show like, and my parents are actually going to see them in Abbotsford outside Vancouver coming up, and they're like, oh, we are coming. We're coming to an actually already of tickets before we even met, and they're like all you guys gonna come back. And and you know, we'll some whiskey and stuff and my mom's I know we're not gonna do that. My dad, basically smacked by mom on the arms. They know what we're doing. So it was pretty cool. But you meet those countries stars in the musicians every now, and then and they're all the same. And it's it's kind of the culture Nashville. It seems like and so for me, it's it's pretty special to meet those people pretty often, well as we're taping this interview New Jersey's playing Vegas right behind you and Vegas came into the league people said how are people going to be able to play and live in vague? Yeah. Like if you want to allow yourself to be distracted for lack of a better term, you can really allow yourself to be distracted. But for a long time until you guys made probably the Stanley Cup final. I don't think people recognized how much fun Nashville could be and you could allow yourself to be quote unquote, distracted playing in Nashville when you got traded their house surprised were you or how impressed were you by what you learned the place was like we'll going. Back to the distraction. I think you know, not. Everyone's I you we don't get that distract pretty focus. But would national. It keeps impressing me that city and the community every honestly every time out of votes spending time with family and friends or whatever and going around and doing things and the way it's growing right now the city is just exploding. And it's a it's a really tremendous place to live right now. And as we all know playing there is awesome..
"johansen" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Podcast, Geoff miracle. Longside Elliott Friedman today our conversation Elliott with Ryan Johannesen. And I think we spent a little time on Ryan Joe the player and a lot of time on Ryan Johannesson, the person what struck you the most before we hear the interview. Got a lot of interests. That's what I like is that you can be a great player and still be interested in other things the older. I get the more. I understand now that you're not gonna get your best. If you're focused on something twenty four seven, it's just not healthy, you need your rest, you need to turn off your brain. You need other things. I think that when we grew up. There was always the mantra of the football coach who sleeps in his office. And that's it does nothing else. It doesn't work. And obviously he puts in the time. He's really improved as a player and he's only getting better. But some of the other things he talked about whether it's dogs or golfing, pontoon boat. You're going to hear a votes all of that stuff. I find really interesting. I don't think you can be your best at anything anymore without the ability to turn your mind off of it quick size while and Ryan Hansen the player. I find interesting with Nashville because when I saw with Portland he. He was a score forty goals. Bam clemens. Blue jackets thirty five goals. Bam. He gets to Nashville, and listen, I get he's paying before Bergen. Arvidsson you have places to distribute the park all of a sudden he becomes premier playmaker. And he's not the finisher anymore. That's always interested me about Ryan Joe Hansen the player skilled guy. He's a skilled guy and a good talker as well with that we present Ryan Johannesson of the Nashville predators on thirty one the podcast brought to you by the GMC terrain. And with the fourth pick of the two thousand ten NHL entry draft the commerce, blue jackets are pleased to select from the western Hockey League's Portland winter hawks center, Ryan Johann left wing uneasy. News. Even check.
"johansen" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Right? So it will be a problem if I cut one of these fuckers head. All right. So that's the thing. Now everybody's an annual guy. Let him fuck of rubber ball me a will. Not daughter. I'm butterfly that while the fucker straight up down, I'll tell you straight up a, we'll just wear some gloves when you do it. Sent to me by a friend of the poor stereo pockets who just got me my grill, my man, Paul wall just sent me my first gold grill. We were hanging out with him in Houston. He sent me the hero grills. I remember nineteen eighty five. I asked my mom if she was getting me a gold tooth, I believe you might have been at that meal. When I asked my mom that she said, fuck, no, I begged him pleaded. I said, we make get it from me as birthday gift. Fuck no Christmas gift. She said, fuck, no, I'm not getting you one. You can't spend your own money on it and thank God. She didn't let me do it at forty eight. My guy Paul wall just sent me a full, fuck and grow. These are hero grills. He gave us the fitting when we at the Houston show. He sent us the sick, fuck a Florida male. The other day. Lined up from across the street, took a knee with a shotgun and shot a puppy in broad daylight man, Johansen daily Ross of Florida. Nineteen years old will face felony charges of animal cruelty. He shot at eight month puppy an eight month year old puppy. That was doing nothing that was harmless. That didn't bite anybody with his rifle from across the street. They caught the sick, fuck. He's been arrested. Good. You sick, fuck you. Yeah, yeah, somewhere down the line. You're going to pay for that when you do heinous shit like that, you take all it's over yo somewhere down the line that's gonna be brought back up to you whether you're dead or not. I'm telling you do shit like that. Ain't over. In New Hampshire. A New Hampshire man was arrested and fined because he kicked a Siegel. It was at the beach eating the Segal. Took a bite out of his cheeseburger and this sick. Fuck kicked the Segal. Arrested only find one hundred twenty four dollars, which in my opinion is in enough. They should've gave this guy at least a weekend in the fuck and cooler fiasco me moody. Would you kick a seal.
Chicago, Paul Manafort and WGN discussed on Roe Conn
"But The nature Johansen identified one of the, suspects in a police lineup it said she couldn't be. Sure he was. The gunman there's no verdict yet, in the Paul Manafort trial the. Jury will resume deliberations tomorrow, but before they broke today they did send. A note to the judge jury sent a note to the judge late, Wednesday afternoon with four questions
"johansen" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"What i'm happy about he amount of manitoba well you you like how many supposed to frigging carry it obama butterfly what is a butterfly going to do is to bag well i thought tonight we maybe we would talk about the history you talk about the history tote bags in by talking about it you might realize what benefits in natch is being an bag is but as we delve into in history tope egg and you read a couple articles and you could comment on them however you wish you might get an idea of what topac can hold in might change your opinion batboy seagoing ready butter me up by calling me david johansen and have a meal handsome like which is a good move because you know all the butterflies talk about me i mean i don't know if anybody serta any other butterflies by first name but you so i may be the most famous butterfly volt sime because it wasn't the butterfly in the sky that one was getting you know comparatively wuss in the humid said we're going twice as high also that butterfly didn't have a name in ano so i think i'm pretty good i'm pretty popular you're popular enough to go until big bernie that says a lot in your token phrases their nature talks back yes so just remember that he you humans it's always say it because i mean it's okay so how can i talk about this how many gonna get my surprise spot boy well i know you can't carry tote bag but i was thinking we could have had one made a miniature tote bag within what good with two you casino what you'd want into bag we i would have to carry it anyway okay so where do you want me to start out thank you had boys boys handing me my i feel like a news anchor here now this is from rac today com r a c k d history of the humble tote bag it is written by omni irish shea in an i rish may fish twenty he and to be in from the article he from the carryall at two an loco.
"johansen" Discussed on Disruption
"And that's where the frustration comes into play and where you know by rolling at least for me is like so we're talking about the yes i get what you're saying but as you said i can look to hanson is brilliant i love scarlet johansen and she has played some really awesome roles and really diverse roles and she could get loads in loads of games doing other things and by accepting this and not saying let's look elsewhere that's where she kind of failed i think in terms of feminine some and in terms of you know a fighting back against light washing because that is one you know if there was any advice or i know suggestions i could give a for my fellow white folk it is that you know in situations where you feel that you are three your privileged getting these opportunities i really awesome thing you can do is say you know i but i think that's great and i'm glad that you considered me but why don't we consider and you know some of your friends number some people like that makes sense for that role there was tweet that flew by not too long ago where i'm hand oh wait man was asked to create artwork for a show for people of color and he was like what it why are you asking me a white person to make about our work for the show that is about people of color and then give them a list of people that were way more qualified to do that in many ways on also were people of color and i don't think goodness they listened and they falter in there is now person color creating that artwork but was you can not avoid that that's like it's a small thing but it's a big thing in not some actions away because sometimes you need to step aside i and i think that's very hard for people and you know scarlet johansen speaking out it benefits her see it really what she says is is almost in the point because it benefits hearse herself and i think that you know sometimes you need to step aside what someone else have their voices heard yeah and it's also i mean it's clear that do you don't nobody involved really just even thought.